DeFox Records and Heart Of Steel Records are really proud to announce the second instrumental solo album of guitar wizard Ricky De Camargo.
The album titled “Maverick” contains seven instrumental songs featuring guitar riffs, vibrant solos and magnificent keyboards sound.
Guitarist Ricky De Camargo lives in Brazil and he has played in some rock and metal bands from his country, he love Joe Satriani, Steve Vai, Bumblefoot and all rock guitar masters!
The release will be published in September 25th - 2020.
The digital album available on every worldwide webstores, iTunes, Amazon, Spotify, Deezer, Google Play, Tidal, Shazam...YouTube Music also.
This will be Ricky's second Instrumental Solo Album. In this record, Ricky bring us the same concept of rock, prog rock and many guitar lines. Everything very well mixed with orchestral arrangements. The album has 7 Instrumental Tracks. All writen and arranged by Ricky in his studio. The record process took around 3 months from start to finish.
Ricky played, programed and recorded all the guitars, bass, drums, keyboards, synths solos and orchestral arrangements. A truly one man band project. In this album, Ricky put all the best songs that came up during the pre-production. Making a perfect balanced record.
The opening track "Maverick" it's a orchestral/prog-metal tune that it's divided in two parts. The first one it's more metal and direct. The second half give us the taste of prog-metal, with odd time signatures, dark riffs that switchs during all the second part, meanwhile synths solos runs during the next two minutes.
The next track "Lifestream" it's a ballad in Dm (Re minor). It's a track about overcome depression and keep going.
The third track "Sunrise in your Eyes" was recorded in honor of the Asians. People that Ricky has the greatest respect and admiration.
"Full Throttle, the fourth track, is a more direct rock song on the album. It is about doing the best you can in what you do in this life.
"The Angel's Choir", it's the fifth track from album. It's a more Gospel tune, with several choirs arrangements and several time signatures changes. 11/8, 7/8 and 8/8 to be more precisely. Ricky also wrote the Synth Solo that we have in this one.
The sixth track from "Maverick" it's "Twilight". A track that Ricky wrote many years ago.
According to ricky, he always tried to improve his guitar technique in front of his house watching the sunset.
That was the inspiration for the track.
The last song on the album is "Shadows Will Fade Someday". A complete song from the orchestra with many changes of tones.
To complete the album, Ricky wanted to have a song that would challenge him technically and theoretically, in terms of composition.
Then, after days and days of composing, he finally achieved a harmony that fulfilled the requirements he intended for this song.